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US Mint Sales Report: Numismatic One Ounce Gold Coins Higher

November 1, 2012 in Coins, Gold, Gold Coins, Silver, Silver Coins, USA Coins

October 31, 2012 By Michael Zielinski (http://http://news.coinupdate.com)

The latest sales report for the United States Mint’s numismatic products shows a rebound for most gold and platinum products. The one ounce 2012-dated American Gold Eagle and American Gold Buffalo coins were all higher compared to the prior week, as was the one ounce 2012 American Platinum Eagle.

The 2012-W Uncirculated Gold Eagle showed the strongest gains, selling 113 units this week compared to just 6 coins in the prior week. The individual one ounce 2012-W Proof Gold Eagle sold 137 units this week compared to 81 units in the prior week.

The 2012-W Proof Gold Buffalo sold 145 units compared to 106 in the prior week. Year to date sales have now reached 15,906. The lowest final mintage for a one ounce proof coin of the series is 18,863 for 2008. Recently, there have been indications that the US Mint is considering a special anniversary set to be issued in 2013.

Weekly sales of the 2012 Proof Platinum Eagle were 27 units, bringing total sales to 6,572 out of the 15,000 maximum mintage. It was recently confirmed that the US Mint would not issue platinum bullion coins for 2012, making this proof coin the only American Platinum Eagle issues for the year.

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